Check in on your competitors with a free head-to-head analysis for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To take advantage of this feature, click on “Free Tools” in the navigation bar and pick your desired social channel.
Ever wonder what your link will look like when you share it on Facebook? Drop it into this tool for a preview. Make sure the image is compelling and will stand out in a donor’s news feed. If the image or meta copy is missing, you’ll know before it goes live.
Similar to the Facebook Linter, the Twitter Card Validator allows you to enter your URL and preview what your post will look like before you post it. This is a great way to double check that your post is compelling and appearing as intended.
This is a Chrome browser extension that will display whether or not a site has Google Analytics or Google Tag Manager working. Google Tag Assistant is a great tool to use if you want to ensure that you have a particular Google Tag installed correctly on your page.
This is another Chrome browser extension that allows you to audit your tags and pixels. Use ObservePoint to make sure your tags and data collection tools are functioning properly.
If you're looking to see if a domain name is available, Who.is is the tool for you. If a domain name is registered, it will also tell you who the DNS provider is, when the domain name was registered and when it expires. This is a great tool for researching website information for competitors or for gathering details on your own site.
Accessibility is a hot topic in the digital space and will be a critical component of nonprofit websites in the coming years. WAVE allows you to evaluate where your website stands in terms of WCAG standards.
This Chrome extension allows you to print webpages as PDFs or JPGs. Thanks to its scrolling screenshot feature, it's especially helpful when you need to capture something longer than the screen length.
This Google tool is used to analyze your website's Lighthouse score. A Lighthouse score assesses the quality of a webpage by auditing things like performance, accessibility, SEO and more. To use this tool, open an incognito window in your Chrome browser. Visit and website of your choosing and right click. From there, select the Lighthouse option and run a report for Desktop or Mobile.
This super valuable tool will help you check your website for broken backlinks. If your website has too many broken backlinks, it'll look less legitimate to search engines, impacting your SEO.
SpyFu has free features that provide high-level info on organic and paid search. You can also see a competitor analysis around competitive search keywords. This tool will help you see where you stand in comparison to key competitors, helping you identify gaps in your content strategy.
The Litmus blog has guides, insights, trends and tips to help make your email marketing more effective than ever.
Bonus: Check out their annual report for a comprehensive look at email marketing and to see how the latest trends are impacting the industry.
Another Litmus tool, Email Client Market Share will give you a glimpse at worldwide email client usage stats. This can be a good measurement tool to see how your organization is stacking up compared to industry standards.
Keep tabs on when your nonprofit is in the news. When you sign up for Google Alerts, you'll get an email when any keyword —like your nonprofit's name— appears in a news article.
Baymard compiles research across large eCommerce sites to access what designs cause usability issues to give you best practices and tips to implement for your own site.